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Vice Chancellor Appointed to AAU

HIT Vice Chancellor, Eng. Q.C. Kanhukamwe has been appointed as an Alternate member of the Association of African Universities Governing Board; representing Southern Africa.

He will serve the Board from 2017 to 2020.

In his acceptance remarks, Engineer Kanhukamwe said; "I am humbled by this appointment, while at the same time, I feel a deep sense of honour and pride in being selected to represent Universities in Southern Africa in this continental body which seeks to promote the interests of higher education in Africa.

On behalf of the Students and Staff of the Harare Institute of Technology, I pledge my commitment to serve the AAU with diligence and to raise pertinent issues relating to the advancement of higher education in the region on the AAU agenda."

The role of the Governing Board is to implement the decisions of the General Conference - the supreme authority of the Association; responsible for determining the general policies of the Association.

The Association of African Universities is a continental grouping of Universities, headquartered in Accra, Ghana, founded in 1967. Its overarching objective is the promotion of cooperation among universities and other institutions of higher education in Africa.